Vice President of Charitable Giving & Events Operations, Kaulig Companies Limited
& Executive Director, The Kaulig Foundation
Stacey is the Vice President of Charitable Giving & Events Operations at Kaulig Companies and serves as Executive Director of the Kaulig Foundation. In these roles, she leads and manages all efforts for Kaulig Charitable Giving Programs and the private foundation.
Stacey joined Kaulig Companies in January 2018 with extensive experience working with philanthropic organizations for nearly twenty years. Prior to her present role, Stacey was a Senior Director of Development at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation where she focused on stewardship, fundraising, volunteer management, and events. During her time at the CF Foundation, Stacey was responsible for raising approximately a half-million dollars each year through the Northern Ohio Chapter’s corporate and formal events. She also led the chapter’s advocacy efforts and played a significant role in individual giving.
Before her nonprofit work, Stacey worked at The Borders Group in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and began her career as a news reporter at Cleveland’s WTAM 1100. She graduated from Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.
Stacey firmly believes we are called to care for others in our lifetimes and giving is an essential part of this tenant. She envisions Kaulig Charitable Giving Programs and the Kaulig Foundation evolving from their simple, but well-organized and good-intentioned beginnings to sophisticated organizations that help move Northeast Ohio into the future through strategic giving and partnerships that focus on all children in the geographic area and opportunities for them.
Stacey and her husband, Chuck, have been married for more than twenty years and have two children together, Maria and Mitch. In her spare time, Stacey enjoys cheering for her kids at their soccer, hockey, and baseball games, traveling, reading, yoga, CrossFit, and spending time with her three sisters and their families.